Wednesday, October 07, 2015


Pictures from a rather splendid Wednesday afternoon's stroll round
Garrison, with a stop to rehydrate on the terrace at the Atlantic.

Swift Lady living up to her name, passing Bartholemew Buoy, en route to St Agnes

Belladonna in bloom in the enclosures once tended by the Old Fencibles
on Garrison, between the Garrison walls and the sea, near Woolpack

Garrison walls stretching into the distance, with Woolpack in the far
distance. Pictured from Morning Point.

All peaceful in St Mary's harbour with the Lifeboat house in the background

A panorama of the harbour, from the Atlantic terrace, on a lovely
Autumn afternoon

John Stickland

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